Yeah I had it saved too, but since I got that error message, CodePen started acting up. That’s when I think it killed my code
Well, you can upload your local version again can’t you?
Local version? Everything got reset, I don’t have that.
Ok got everything together now. Not all the colors had given away, thankfully. I was trying to work on the amp when it happened.
I code in a text editor such as Sublime Text
if I’m using Linux or Notepad++ if I’m using
Windows and then save it as an HTML file.
Are you saying that you never do that?
Nope, I do. I work with CodePen a lot, so I save my stuff in there
Hmm, now I need the label for the head stock : Fender Stratocaster
It is a unbelievable folly to rely on a third party
to totally look after your work.
You never use CodePen?
something like this SVG…
That is beautiful
When you’ve finished drooling, where,
exactly, are you wanting to position it?
Is what I’m working on, but it came out enormous. I don’t know where to go to reduce the size. I think because I have added a div around it, it won’t let me.
Can look if you want, but it’s kinda frightening lol
Never for direct coding.
I code locally and test in a real browser
such as Firefox of Vivaldi.
I would suggest that it’s a method you should adopt,
now if not sooner.
Cool. Well, I do have Visual Studio Code I love it.
I will ask you again…
Right at the head stock, opposite side of the pegs, where they usually are.
I am not sure what those technical terms mean but
I will take a guess at the top right side of the guitar
where the string tuning is done.
If my assumption is correct then I do not see much
point in pursuing the exercise as the text will be
minute and hidden by six strings.